Another lazy weekend addition of an older image (taken about a month ago).
Some days the commute doesn’t reveal anything interesting so I rely on the hometown to fill the gap. This photo is of the narrow view off a tiny bridge on First Street in Petaluma. The old structure is cool and I love chocolate!
Canon G11 in the hometown.
Because it’s a day off, sitting around the lazy table drinking a cold beer is de rigueur. Here’s a shot of my fave pint glass on a watery glass surface (“3 in a series” cracks me up!).
A visitor trying to move in on my libation:
Canon G11 chilling.
Several weeks ago I told Maggie that no matter what I was going to post the 1000th photo taken with the G11. Fortunately, I like it! The shot is of the thermometer on our patio. No crop, a little sharpening–basically straight from the camera.
Canon G11 at a milestone.
Since it’s my day off, and a long weekend (no commute–hooray!), I’m weaving in some older photos. Several weeks ago a tiny mushroom sprouted in one of the potted plants we have in our house. I figured I’d see how macro the macro function of the G11 with a fixed lens could go.
Here’s the mushroom:
And here’s the perspective shot:
Canon G11 in the microcosmos.
Today I woke up early–2:30 AM. Must be the heat. Whatever it was I left early and had time to tripod some shots of the streetcat platform at 19th and Holloway (right in front of SF State). [The line is currently not running because of upgrades.] In the wee hours when very few people are mulling about the platform looks trés cool. These shots are a little “noisy” and I could have dropped the blacks to remove it, but I like the effect. Kind of reminds me of 16mm film.
Canon G11 in my world in the wee hours.